Mommy make the bad man stop! Better yet just don’t get old!
More core stuff, different from a survivor, cores will need more love. Survivors still can look pretty rough until the love hits itwith a serious wash, this puppy wouldn’t look so bad, and it’s bunk still has its cloths on but the foam is still probably flatand Eleganza is checking for lizards in the back side of the dinette sidewall….i love what they did with the sillyfoam!The thing that separates this coach from the core yesterday is the floor and the bulkhead can be reused. Not the flooring, the shag was shagged out!
Still, this coach will come back and is worth working with.
This partially worked over coach looks nice but even it will needed more work……..these are good examples of many coaches in here in the Q. Sure we have awesome full restorations going onand this tooso see, along with big awesome project we also do any aspect of work. I can hear those naysayers say…”but they’re so expensive”. Is it cost less doing something twice? Is what you want is Henry Ford’s first car? It costs less and the job will be better having someone that’s worked with these before. It’s just the truth……
.check the rear brake hoses on your coach. Are the shoulders on the center fittings rounded? If so that’s a 45 year old brake hose! How could that be? A good mechanic may not know where to score those unique hoses……they weren’t leaking so he left them in……he wasn’t a fool, just could not locate that specialty part. If you have that …..beware!
And there are so many unique things like that……you really need someone who KNOWS what to do but also where to get the parts……AND what to do with them. That’s us and that’s why we have so many projects here right now